APSA's Public Scholarship Program is a remote fellowship that introduces political science graduate students to the intellectual and practical aspects of presenting academic scholarship to the public. Before they begin writing, fellows participate in a public scholarship orientation and workshop and complete coursework to earn the ACES: Society for Editing certificate in editing.
During the fellowship period, fellows work with authors and editors from APSA journals to produce public-facing summaries of peer-reviewed articles. Fellows also produce previews and recaps of Annual Meeting events, including author-meets-critics panels.
You can learn more about our current class of Public Scholarship Fellows here. Watch this space for information about future application cycles and fellowship classes.
The Public Scholarship Program was created in collaboration with the APSA Presidential Task Force for New Partnerships and is made possible thanks to the support of the Ivywood foundation.